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The call for contribution to the NetSci 2018 Satellite Games on Networks: from Theory to Experiments (GAMENET) is open. The satellite aims at gathering scholars belonging to different fields of complex systems working at the interface of network theory and game theory at both a theoretical and applied framework.

The speaker of the best contributed presentation at GAMENET will be awarded with the Best Presentation award (300 EUR), sponsored by Games. More information will follow on the journal special issue.

The event is going to be held on June 12th, at Châteauform' College République (room Mandoline) in Paris, France, during the NetSci event.

Our invited speakers include:

- Jelena Grujic (Vrije Universitet, Brussels, Belgium)
Sandro Meloni (Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain)
- Francisco Santos (University of Lisbon, Portugal)
- Boyu Zhang (Bejing Normal University, China)

The deadline for contribution is March 30th. Please make this call circulating among people who may be interested in GAMENET.

In the case you cannot contribute but you intend to participate at GAMENET, please register to GAMENET in advance following this link. Since the number of seats in the room is limited there may be the possibility that we cannot guarantee attendance to unregistered people.

For more info regarding the satellite please consult the following link:

https://gamenet2018.weebly.com

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We are looking forward to seeing you at GAMENET in Paris!

Best Regards,

Alberto Antonioni
Eugenio Valdano
GAMENET Organizers
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Alberto Antonioni, PhD
Postdoctoral Research Fellow

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